RFID cattle ear tag is a passive RFID tag designed for counting, identification, tracking and management of livestock, particularly big livestock like cow or cattle. It adopts non-toxic, no-smell, no-irritating plastic TPU. Installing on livestock’s ear by plier, RFID cattle tags help monitor livestock’s feeding, location, health situation conveniently. RFID cattle tags provide long reading distance, can withstand harsh environments. It adopts anti-collision design, has good performance in dense reader environment. Matched with certain software, it can help prevent cattle stealing for the farm, and improve the ranch efficiency dramatically.
1, Anti-collision design, work in dense reader environment.
2, Dust & Water Proof,
3, environmental friendly material, soft and durable, no toxic, odorless, non-irritating, non-polluting, anti-acid, salt water resistant, no harm to livestock,
4, high temperature resistant, lower temperature resistant, no aging, no fracture.
5, laser engraved code, easy to recognize, code would not fade.
RFID Cattle ear tag
860 MHz to 960 MHz
2-3.5meter (depending on reader, maximum 7 meters)
-30 ℃ to 65 ℃
Count livestock, track and monitor cattle’s eating, locations, vaccinations and health histories, etc.
How to use?
1,First principle is to use an applicator with the appropriate ear tag.
2,Be sure that animal is restrained and the plier is clean.
3,The applicator should enable the operator to see the ear of an animal and should be ergonomic in order to allow applying an ear tag with a single move of the operator without an unnecessary effort.
4,The arms of the applicator may be parallel at the moment of closure, and the operator should feel the click sound.
5,The needle of the applicator provides the strength required to push the pin of the male part through the ear of the animal and into the female part. And this needle should be produced in stainless steel to exclude any risk of allergy or infection to operator and animal. When applied according to the instructions, the process of tag application has no harmful effect on the animal health.